Thoughts and articles from the JEC Professional Services Blog
22 Jan 2023, 16:30
Hybrid Working has become defined by work locations. The mantra ‘work is something you do, not somewhere you go’ was first coined 28 years ago by Woody Leonhard. However, whenever Hybrid Working crops up in a conversation, the first question people ask is how many days do you go into the office? Hybrid Working is not the end point but should be regarded as a stepping stone to a better and more sustainable way of working where employees are given some discretion in where, when and even how they work.
3 Nov 2021, 11:30
What are the challenges to be considered and addressed before organisations commit to the adoption of Hybrid Working?
6 Nov 2021, 11:30
What are the challenges to considered and addressed before organisations commit to the adoption of Hybrid Working?
17 Jan 2021, 11:30
Videoconferencing is vexatious. This post suggests techniques to avoid the stress caused by excessive use of videoconferencing for virtual meetings including employer and employee led initiatives.
10 Mar 2019, 15:47
Collaboration tools enable people in different locations to work together however many employees are not using them effectively. However ensuring people are fully exploiting collaboration tools requires a culture change. Managers have a critical role in achieving this change.
2 Jan 2018, 15:47
There remains much confusion in the terms used for new ways of working and limited recognition of the benefits of to be gained from their adoption. The Agile Working Progression Model seeks to provide a way of assessing how an organisation can progressing through six stages true Agile Working. The stages in the model reflect the chronology in the development of technological developments to support new ways of working.